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Live cattle closed 47.5 to 90 cents lower on Friday, while feeder cattle futures were 62.5 cents to $1.15 higher. Live cattle prices rose $1.725 on the week, and feeders were up $2.65.The CME Feeder Index for 1/19 was $133.28, $1.03 higher than the previous day. Wholesale beef prices were lower in the afternoon USDA report. Choice was down $1.18, and select was also 85 cents lower with their respective averages now at $190.42 and $186.64, and the CH/SE spread now at $3.78. Net weekly beef export sales were 3,700 MT, just 9.5% of the previous week, with reductions of 4,700 MT reported for Japan. FI estimated weekly slaughter, including Saturday, is 569,000 head, compared to 575,000 head from last year. After ten weeks of continued increase, the managed money net long position rose another 5,996 contracts for live cattle futures and options in the weekly CFTC commitment of traders report, to a high not seen since December 2, 2014. Feb 17 Cattle settled at $120.250, down $0.775, Apr 17 Cattle settled at $118.975, down $0.900, Jun 17 Cattle settled at $108.700, down $0.475, Jan 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $133.100, up $1.150 Mar 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $131.275, up $1.125 Apr 17 Feeder Cattle settled at $130.100, up $0.625
Lean hogs were 12.5 to 50 cents lower on Friday, losing 30 cents on the week in the Feb17 contract. The CME lean hog index for 1/18 was another 68 cents higher at $66.69. USDA's weighted average carcass value was up 81 cents to $79.71 this afternoon report. Negotiated cash hog base prices averaged 7 cents lower nationally at $62.88, with ranges of $58 to $64.75. The IA/MN average was reported at $63.70, 22 cents higher, and the WCB was reported at up 15 cents $63.58. Export sales for the week ending 1/12 were reported at 25,437 MT, down 58.2% from last week. Estimated weekly FI slaughter is at 2,324,000 head WTD through Saturday, 19,000 head higher than last year. Feb 17 Hogs settled at $65.300, down $0.125, Apr 17 Hogs settled at $68.475, down $0.500 May 17 Hogs settled at $73.275, down $0.825
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